Sa 10Oct 1959Notts Co2 - 0Workington
Sa 10Oct 1959Carlisle2 - 0Doncaster
Sa 10Oct 1959Oldham0 - 1Northampton
Sa 10Oct 1959C Palace9 - 0Barrow
Sa 10Oct 1959Crewe5 - 0Darlington (old)
Sa 10Oct 1959Chester5 - 1Aldershot
Sa 10Oct 1959Hartlepool3 - 0Gateshead
Sa 10Oct 1959Stockport1 - 0Southport
Sa 10Oct 1959Walsall4 - 2Rochdale
Sa 10Oct 1959Exeter2 - 2Millwall
Sa 10Oct 1959Watford0 - 1Torquay
Sa 10Oct 1959Bradford PA3 - 0Gillingham
Sa 10Oct 1959Preston1 - 5Man City
Sa 10Oct 1959Chelsea0 - 2Bolton
Sa 10Oct 1959Tottenham5 - 1Wolves
Sa 10Oct 1959Newcastle2 - 1Nottm Forest
Sa 10Oct 1959Birmingham0 - 0Sheff Wed
Sa 10Oct 1959Burnley1 - 4Blackpool
Sa 10Oct 1959West Brom2 - 4Fulham
Sa 10Oct 1959Man Utd4 - 2Arsenal
Sa 10Oct 1959West Ham3 - 1Luton
Sa 10Oct 1959Leeds3 - 3Everton
Sa 10Oct 1959Leicester2 - 3Blackburn
Sa 10Oct 1959Charlton2 - 2Swansea
Sa 10Oct 1959Sheff Utd1 - 1Aston Villa
Sa 10Oct 1959Liverpool2 - 2Brighton
Sa 10Oct 1959Hull0 - 5Lincoln
Sa 10Oct 1959Bristol C2 - 1Bristol R
Sa 10Oct 1959Rotherham1 - 1Huddersfield
Sa 10Oct 1959Middlesbro1 - 1Sunderland
Sa 10Oct 1959Scunthorpe2 - 2Ipswich
Sa 10Oct 1959Cardiff5 - 1Leyton Orient
Sa 10Oct 1959Derby1 - 0Portsmouth
Sa 10Oct 1959Plymouth2 - 3Stoke
Sa 10Oct 1959Shrewsbury6 - 2Newport C (old)
Sa 10Oct 1959Port Vale2 - 0Accrington
Sa 10Oct 1959Norwich2 - 3Bournemouth
Sa 10Oct 1959Reading6 - 3Chesterfield
Sa 10Oct 1959Southend3 - 0Grimsby
Sa 10Oct 1959Colchester3 - 1Wrexham
Sa 10Oct 1959Brentford2 - 1Tranmere
Sa 10Oct 1959Bury2 - 1Coventry
Sa 10Oct 1959Halifax4 - 0Bradford
Sa 10Oct 1959Southampton5 - 1Swindon
Sa 10Oct 1959Mansfield4 - 3QPR
Sa 10Oct 1959Barnsley1 - 1York


Match in Focus


Fulham v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Spurs have won four of the last five league meetings
Expert verdict
Tottenham will be frustrated with their loss at home to Manchester United on Sunday and will be keen to bounce back in style at Craven Cottage, even if they are weakened by the injury to Harry Kane and absence of Son Heung-min. Spurs still looked solid in defence in that fixture and, with Jan Vertonghen back, won’t allow many chances for Fulham’s attackers. The struggling Cottagers have conceded six goals in their last two fixtures,


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